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Colonial Cities

Oxkutzcab, Citrus Trees and History

Located in the southern part of the state, on the way to the Puuc Route, Oxkutzcab is a laid-back small city, with nice people – many of whom speak Maya…

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Eco Destinations, Travel in yucatan

Pink Flamingos and Sunsets in Río Lagartos and San Felipe

Mangroves, communities of the pinkest flamingos, an enormous number of birds (migratory and native), crocodiles, and much more await you at one of the most gorgeous natural reserves in Yucatán:…

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Archaeological Sites, Maya Culture

Solar Splendor at Dzibilchaltún and Chichén Itzá

Every year in Yucatán, the god Kukulkán has a date on March 21 to show off his solar splendor and delight visitors with a unique astronomic show at to the…

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Colonial Cities

Hammock Fair in Tecoh

Can you imagine finding, in one single place, an enormous variety of hammocks in different colors and sizes? Yes, hammocks come in different sizes: single, double, and even family size,…

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Colonial Cities, Gastronomy

An Iconic Recipe: Behind the Scenes in Izamal

When you discover a new destination, gastronomy always plays a big role; and Yucatán is well known for its cuisine. There are many regional dishes including Cochinita Pibil, Relleno Negro,…

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Colonial Cities

Valladolid like you Have ever Seen Before!

This colonial city it’s located in an strategic area, at only 2 hours from Mérida if offers a unique combination of architecture, gastronomy and popular festivities. Join us in this…

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Haciendas, Travel in yucatan

Hacienda Petac Culinary Experience

“We knew we wanted our next trip to be a cooking trip, so Lynn got on it and came up with three options. We chose the Yucatán trip because it…

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Colonial Cities

Celebration of the Christ Child in Espita

One of the most important festivities in Espita, municipality located in the east of Yucatán (165 km from Mérida, 2 hours approximately), is the celebration honoring the Baby Jesus, Espita’s…

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Haciendas

Hacienda Santa Cruz

With construction dating from the 17th century, it has evolved through time from a Franciscan monastery to a henequén hacienda in the 19th century; finally becoming a gorgeous hotel today…

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Colonial Cities, It's very yucatecan

A Colorful Party for the Souls

In Yucatán, the traditional festivity for the Day of the Dead is Hanal Pixan (food of the souls), celebrated by all Yucatecans. In the towns and cities it is celebrated…

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Colonial Cities

Oxkutzcab: The State’s Orchard

Oxkutzcab “town three times founded” or “place of the breadnut tree, tobacco and honey” is an agricultural center located in the southern part of Yucatán, 100 km from Mérida, in…

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Colonial Cities

Fall in Love with Conkal

When you are in travel mode you want to take advantage of every moment, to visit and discover everything. Conkal offers a different kind of escape, with one of the…

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Haciendas, Travel in yucatan

The Living Henequén: Hacienda Sotuta de Peón

Stroll through the splendor of the architecture of the main house; take a ride on the original “trucks” (wooden platforms moved on rails); enjoy the views of the famous “Green…

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Eco Destinations

Discover the Underground Paradise of Yucatán: Cenotes

Yucatán is rich in flora, fauna and cenotes (sinkholes) that will amaze you. All over the Península you can find “dzonot” created thousands of years ago, thanks to nature. In…

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Destinations, Travel in yucatan

Escape and Enjoy Adventure Tourism in Yucatán

Answer your adventure call: discover unique archaeological sites and explore the secrets of the underground caves. Don´t miss it! Explorer Vocation Wouldn’t you like to see the only sundial in…

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Beaches, Traveling & Getting around

El Cuyo, Natural Beauty

Can you imagine waking up with a view of the Caribbean Sea, walking on the beach with the white sand between your toes, listening to the sound of the waves…

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Colonial Cities, Travel in yucatan

Vibrant Hammocks: Tixkokob

A step back in time to visit an old hacienda? Shop for a hammock with vibrant colors hand-made by regional artisans? Or breakfast on “mondongo” in the mercado? Of course,…

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Beaches, Traveling & Getting around

The Beaches of Yucatán

The breeze, the seagulls, and the sunshine are some of the pleasures you will enjoy on a Yucatecan summer day. The proximity of Mérida to the coastal towns of our…

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Colonial Cities, Travel in yucatan

Off the Beaten Path in Yucatán

Let your spirit of adventure spirit guide you along new routes to discover Yucatán. Exploring small towns along the way could be a great way to reach your destination. You…

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